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7/31/20

A group of engineering undergraduate students put their knowledge, creativity and resources to use and created a UB chapter of e-NABLE – an online global community who use 3D printers to make free and low-cost prosthetic upper limb devices for adults and children in need.

7/30/20
Buffalo Business First reports on the progress of two UB-affiliated companies. UB spinoff POP Biotechnologies has announced a $3 million investment and formation of a joint venture with Eubiologics for the development of an RSV vaccine and other vaccine candidates. Jonathan Lovell, associate professor of biomedical engineering, is co-founder of the company.
7/28/20

The team, comprising mostly freshmen and sophomores, designed a solar photovoltaic and battery storage system for a college campus in the Department of Energy sponsored competition.  

7/15/20
Jun Xia, an associate professor of biomedical engineering, has been awarded a 2020 Qualcomm Faculty Award to support his research on the application of photoacoustic imaging in wearable technologies.
7/6/20

UB's School of Engineering and Applied Sciences held a virtual town hall Friday to discuss racial injustice, and how it affects the school, the greater Buffalo area and beyond.

6/25/20

The event will bring students from across the country to UB’s North Campus for a weekend of learning and connecting.

6/18/20

UB’s Blackstone LaunchPad powered by Techstars is seeking applicants to take part in the Inclusive Autonomous Vehicle Design Challenge.

6/16/20

As the novel coronavirus spread across the globe, so too did a variety of do-it-yourself face coverings. However, there can be some hidden dangers with DIY personal protective equipment.